Style is easier to recognize with eyes than with words: You know it when you see it, and the photo that inspires you most can often surprise you. Think you know your kitchen style? Check out these styles and let us know which one works best for you.
Warm and homey farmhouses create a welcoming entrance to life lived closely to the land. With open shelving, wide sinks, classic wood flooring, and big kitchen table make them easy to work in and easy to love.
Definitions of “modern” vary widely, but when we think of modern kitchen designs, we often think of frameless cabinets, sleek and simple hardware, strong horizontal lines and a lack of ornamentation, with the natural beauty of the materials shining through.
Traditional kitchens are defined by their details, which can include arches, decorative molding and corbels, raised-panel cabinets, a mix of antique finishes and furniture-like turned legs – or possibly a chandelier.
Contemporary kitchens can have the sleek design aesthetic of a modern kitchen, but they also include divergent styles, creating an interesting play of different styles.
A transitional kitchen is a great moderator. With the warmth of a traditional design, and the simple, clean lines of contemporary style, transitional spaces project balance and harmony. They offer flexibility, and they are a great options for homeowners whose taste spans the two.
Craftsman style arose in the early 20th century as a reaction to the mass-produces fussiness of the Victorian era. With its rich woods, handcrafted tiles, and built-ins, there is enough beauty to go around.
What is classic? The answer is a varied as cooks are. Still, white or cream kitchen cabinets, simple architectural details and accessible accents to give owners maximize latitude when personalizing their kitchens.
Do you rebel against styles and refuse pigeonholes? It’s your house; you can create the interesting mix match style of your dreams.
“Worn,” “distressed” and “rough-hewn” are a few of the words that come to mind when we think of rustic kitchens. Rustic kitchens rival the classic white kitchen in popularity – thanks to their timber, stone, brick, vintage appliances and fireplaces.
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